Chandigarh: In view of the emergent situation arising on account of the Covid-19 pandemic, Haryana Government has decided to notify the scheme for reimbursement of GST (including State, Centre and IGST) on COVID related items.
This scheme shall remain in force up to and inclusive of June 30, 2021. The Excise and Taxation Department being a nodal Department for implementation of the GST, will administer it.
Haryana Cabinet, which met under the Chairmanship of Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar, today gave Ex-post facto approval for the same.
The state government’s move taken in the public interest would certainly encourage the efforts and further facilitate the donation of such items by way of reimbursement of GST (including the State, Central or IGST portions), if any, already paid on such Covid-related items.
In view of the surge in number of cases of Covid-19, Haryana confronted an acute shortage of liquid medical oxygen and other health equipment such as ventilators, medicines etc. A large number of Corporates, Non-Government Organisations (NGOs) and individuals are coming forward to help the State Government in its efforts to augment the health infrastructure and equipment by way of donating such material to Government medical facilities.
The reimbursement of GST shall be subject to the following conditions that such COVID related material shall be donated free of cost to the Government of Haryana, hospitals run by State Government, or any Hospital/Institution permitted by State Government to receive such material through Health and Family Welfare, Department, Haryana Government.
The detail modalities for reimbursement of GST (including State, Centre and IGST) shall be determined by Finance Department in consultation with Health and Family Welfare Department and Excise and Taxation Department.